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    This is a very special recipe to me -- and I've given it a very special name. Mary Sattler was my mother. I remember Mom making this dip in the late 40's. We had it quite often -- Friday night's were "party nights". It was when my sisters and I were allowed to share a bottle of "Coke" (there were 4 of us, so we split 2 bottles of Coke). I'm sure Mom found this recipe somewhere -- she was not the type of person to create her own recipes. But I never actually saw her use a recipe -- not a measuring cup or spoon in sight. So I've done my best to come up with measurements that will give you the dip my family grew up loving.

    Recipe #432915

    Recipe courtesy of the Deen Brothers.

    Recipe #431077

    Just came across this recipe in a book I bought featuring recipes from The Deen Brothers. I'm looking forward to trying it out.

    Recipe #431076

    Taken from a Taste of Home Cookbook and submitted by Chante Jones from Antioch, CA. This is one of their "blue ribbon" award winners. I have not tried them, but just from reading the recipe, I think I can almost taste why these received the blue ribbon! UPDATE: I made these are they are wonderful!!!

    Recipe #429412

    Found this in an old Taste of Home cookbook. Submitted by Kate Dampier. She says "My popular pinwheels wow guests at holiday parties. People like the smokiness of the ham and the sweet surprise of the cherries. I apreciate the make-ahead convenience the recipe offers." I haven't made these yet, but they sound awesome.

    Recipe #429292

    1 Reviews |  By Bobbie

    Another Taste of Home recipe submitted by Kathy Young, Weatherford, TX.

    Recipe #423256

    1 Reviews |  By Bobbie

    Since this starts with frozen hash brown potatoes, it very quick to put together. I've served it many times -- breakfast, brunch and dinner. You can vary the canned soups to suit your personal tastes.

    Recipe #416349

    I had misplaced this recipe for years -- and was so thrlled to find it tucked away in one of my old, old cookbooks. This was a favorite of my kids when they were growing up. I've always made it with chicken, but a friend of mine used to substitute beef (I'm not sure what cut of meat she used).

    Recipe #415086

    Here's another variation on a Thanksgiving favorite.

    Recipe #415062

    A nice dish to have when you want a change from that favorite rice casserole.,

    Recipe #415048

    This is a recipe from my friend, Chantal. Everything she makes is wonderful -- and I'm sure this recipe is no exception.

    Recipe #415045

    2 Reviews |  By Bobbie

    Wonderful salad to make when the tomato season is at it's prime.

    Recipe #415044

    A co-worker of mine brought these to an office potluck at least 25 years ago and they were gone before everyone even got into the room. The sauce is wonderful.

    Recipe #415040

    1 Reviews |  By Bobbie

    From a very, very old cookbook -- submitted by Helen M. Beer of Jerome, Idaho.

    Recipe #415010

    Courtesy of Jim Bettinger at Stanford University. Good for breakfast, brunch, lunch or light dinner.

    Recipe #415008

    My take on beef dip -- with sort of a Mexican flair.

    Recipe #415007

    A must have for the holidays

    Recipe #414990

    Very convenient since this is put together the night before. I add a couple cups of diced ham to the casserole. You can also add crumbled, cooked bacon or some browned sausage. I tried to include this as "optional", but couldn't not get the recipe to publish.

    Recipe #414975

    1 Reviews |  By Bobbie

    I found this recipe in an old church cookbook that I found at a yard sale many years ago. They are very easy to throw together and I always found my kids loved having their own "meatloaf" to eat.

    Recipe #414945

    A caterer who used to provide food for some of our working meetings at work used to make these -- because so many people would request them. She was kind enough to share her recipe with me. I'd love to give her credit -- I only recall her first name which was Laurie.

    Recipe #414944

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